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December 15, 2017

Upon review of my professional history and business ownership in Aztec and San Juan County I wish to express my interest in running for the Aztec City Commission. My love and appreciation for this community and the people living here grows with each year I reside in Aztec. I love New Mexico! I’ve resided in the Four Corners region since 1989 and have made Aztec my home since 1997. My parents, Marshall T. and Mary Boyce and my siblings came to Aztec in 1966. My first visit to Aztec was 1963 to visit my aunt and uncle. Aztec has been an important part of my history and my present life.

I’ve owned two businesses in Aztec: Tri-City Home Health Care Agency from 1993-1998 and the Atomic Espresso Bistro (currently the Main Street Bistro) from 1998 – 2002. The Bistro was picked as the Business of the Year in 1999.

My professional history includes working in management positions in San Juan County for four exceptional non-profits: United Blood Services, San Juan County Partnership, San Juan Center for Independent Living, and I retired from Director of the ECHO Housing Program in 2012. I currently serve as a loan originator with Key Mortgage, Aztec’s local mortgage broker. Previously serving on the Aztec Utility Advisory Board and on the Board of Directors for the Aztec Chamber of Commerce provided me with direct information concerning Aztec city government.

My experience in business ownership and also in management positions with community non-profits offers me with a unique perspective and comprehensive understanding of Aztec as well as San Juan County. I want to bring this experience and interest in our community to the table as I announce my intent to run for Aztec City Commission. I have the time and experience to provide a strong voice for the people and businesses of this community.

On a personal note I’ve raised three children and embrace my life as a grandmother of 6 grandchildren ranging from 5 years to 28 years of age. This commitment and love of family encourages me to serve the families of Aztec and surrounding area. I will diligently research the needs of our community and act upon those needs. I look forward to meeting with Aztec citizens and getting their input to make wise decisions for all of us. I welcome all sides of the issues to fully understand the effects of commission decisions on quality of life in the Four Corners. I look forward to being an active participant for growth and prosperity in the City of Aztec.

Rosalyn A. Fry, Aztec


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